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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 February 1894

/ THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 127. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS NACTAECIPC D*C iI Aflae I -- - POSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. YModay.. W'edwu"rla~la livedr~re m'.7 : I a. m. an riday. . .. . . WI a. im. nadapa and Pias )p m y~.mal. onada/. call aiaaa asarrval f eat Ii 1:15l a. Ia. Ugrt~ui Pasifis Time Table. LEAVWS MILES( IT i~t!l itiSiiWaT. gj . Pacifi. Nall a s1 i. m. * Map, ea Vraiglt .. II Sit p. in. is ap Frrigltit .. . .luiiia. II. LEAVE MiLS. I ITT (6403o EAST. . IAtlaatii Mail 1' .m UPk zpmie FrI..igt l1l:Op. m. U.S Wa PryigIhi M:1i a. in. 'iT &Tl( aIrmiwofi i'gri'a. .1 S. Hart,, ii, It,., runt 3.wna r J .. 1.. ftnkard.i. 11"1"i,u u1 ary.. iitiai.. I.. R,.tnit., Il~i,"i" trTra,.nrir I'. W. Vi r,.rk. IlI""wi " y irinierat I .1. uir.1. .º l II n~i I 'i1 , pt uti In. F:. \. .t r" ,* .", If W it~r, N .1. i'"m it,.1 11,1.t.. t a"air."rI.. I r i ", Ni.'.t.r DIt.I11 *la.Saia.t.i Ju liiir..i I M llu. i O~~icaait 1. ,..u,..'. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 February 1894

'THE DAILY JOURNAL 331L3 CITY. MaONIsRN.3 Ewowy E.ealug Eseept Sunday. *Terms of 8ubw4*wptso. ow usouth inc........... i. 10 * mnl.t. ever, evening. at 23 mla. per week. *'wa.LI 331105. T3LowW lAPan. Friday. February 9. 1514. RANG! IPDUUSTRIE" MENACED. The last days of the tariff discussion in the house were productive of many changes in the Wilson bill that were not noted in the press reports. and of which the industries affected might remain in ignorance but for the presence in Wash ington of those especially interested in the different products and commodities. that were tossed back and forth as help. lessly as if their final adjustment was of no more consequence to the country than the ultimate resting place of a foot ball. after the game is over. One of these industries is live stock, which the Wilson bill originally scheduled on the free ist except from ports where conta gi( as feared. In the closing days of the debate an effort was made to have this wrong to a great industry ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 February 1894

" Our spring wash goods arrived t.-day. An endless varictv of dainty fabrics. l)c-pcratir'n sale of Ti'rkih towers. a-lh rah-. lu-te r.. lath rug,. ctc. We are elling remnants of carpet' cheap. 'omne are only eoe yard square: sonic ten or fif teen yard, in a piece. THE IºAIL1 .IOURNALh MILEr CITT. MOItNTANA. JOURNAL WEATHLE REPORT. ltar..mw TIt W. a In.l Weather. gab p1( lg falm Part t hau lt )b 'a:t 1U. I IE t 14l.ar. A dash hef..re a ,umber meam.. l.hw zer... DAIL! AIAL MBANa. Maximum temperature. M. ULMinimum temperature. I. Mean temperature. 19. Prerlpitation to last a) hbor, AM) H. H. HOYNTON, Oeserver. WEATHER FORECAST. Wasatuoros. Feb.. 9. To observer. Miles l'ity. Montana: Mumtana; Soow sorties followedl b) fair tonigt. and Saturday. t older in 4.te p..rtlon tonight. warner in east l..rtutas Saturday. HARRINGTON. thief of Weather Bureau. Nora-The slove forecast is for a3 hours from 6 a. m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. C. N. Jones of (Iiendive is in town. Lamlp's celebrated lager b...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 February 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Laws U. S. Gov't Rrnort. A -- 20OW.P owde AMO~EY PURE "SHOOTING HONKERS. GREAT SPORT WHICH IS FOUND IN THE NORTHWEST. Ceaatle swarms Which Coagiegaate . tween the Rel River Valley am the NI.-, siaippi-Shooting Dees Not Appear to. Dimilish Their Number. Wild goose hunting on the plains of the northwest is a sport which always has great charm even for the experi enced Nimrosl. It is a sport replete with incident and a recreation which must once he indulged in to le thor oughly appreciated. The wild goose is known in :ill parts of North America. but in no -ewtion of the country tiees this bird appI Cr in surh numbers as in that territ. ey lying between the Iedl river valley and the -Missouri river. There the gets.' swarn in countle-s nurmiers and e becole corpulent on the grains of Ni. I hard which have been shak n trion th" stalk by the reangwr not: are lvin,.: Ti the stutt.lei everv.,here. Large nueriaers of the 1 irits are killed by re--idlent hau...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 February 1894

-: - LN·W\ 4r.,u" ~ k-~TCW- "~-C~-r ·aft Att., tke edaptism d the maoim t p ino cemaitte at the wh.Le. EMab ta the deip we Wd NNWt e* * - bsmvos. ol of bUI. NtsmJ me assn N w II. kt rk at alw pros barne ath M W. but without .oseldleg es.b. Bmed ldtdeadbto -.i Ialw .b OY ha IUrlrr a diosmdamwok ash =0.-thed hed qimU phs -mm buyt ad~o -slow go"Y Od.ilw'f - edhSEd jwbsd the ame o wmet oompmUtt *1u tatbe eoMmies i~Pltiltm +n ire -at bes qb b d me m w~hoe ,+M henm.. bes Ulmbei t inm~1~iL a FO law-, MIN~l~ "L~r 'T . l- ` II SI 44 a Oif'ý r ý A'* · ·.. h i?

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 February 1894

......N".." .... .. .fN ...::. ab " w r W r' v A"" Mnape a}.r IS bop is t · ..ns' Aslbs W wisew bWV' Any. "A -~s sI, .anlp "s af a., A swoon OW Ia. 1M. we er a ulhn.,mhse adi. a the waerw. A p.daI l ies, /ed wi'ree al. dth ldlgmgedbu is de a ad w appeal.o t. Iie on" a b anlh teewaver yd, s a Iheia dse lpNtiem d a mvsalsemat rim S eI,-Iieeaetith. JThe·d-ba - lb. N .o dp aft, the. Tb o meI lrb atbw dseri not th -m M , She Bosed Dieal· aper m.hsbd bF the .alto. .evl seeM.. 'I00flrut." is - bleetlep .e. Idbl e t thb pebm e eiel savi -- )b m v@o he. dudled the Mght d . hirds I. t f twisty p sa DSlaes (leede. who mareledea smemhsd lbe. Susz mdal. hum san -~l hefemmle a)L die urnl bowndsj det i ns of l thm wa mmd sw" i. T. 0. Cear.s.e, th mte urn-I- t-as the fa heM a a lthedle dutay. Bedge th Oba d -b Dheppeemin 4.die ftspe I. this amuheeh riu flist Awiii Owebem 5. Tbema eed Wa. 6a iseeey ee wSI -The de*est. "Is d rya lb W l Ait eed lat. * lw 110-P em.d Isine... ;1r~n I. hoveas - ebb1s.e -...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 February 1894

1l 1-*o. too Pieces TOILE DU NORD ZEPHYR GINGHAM. ;40 too Pieces TOII.E It NORD ZEPII' R GIMlNHAMs. PI THE I)AIt' .I)URNAL MILU ITTlf. NOWYNA11. JOCEW AL WE:ATUE SKOUT. 01 tat. o w t. 1w Wiest wI r·" ' T W k Adiash h..f..r a aaumber .win.. bwwl s.-r.o. on t1 r t~ul . ILANO.· Maimam temperature. 1. Kimimam tem~perature. 54 Mena Imper.tora. -4. Prife lrolu is ast 14 hur.. Si H. a. BOYSTUt4 R P.LervS: * .~...,.u Obese.. WEATMS FORWAIT. QU..taam - Fair; warmer Yb.S-TM abs..Ia ir Si U h bara Ga....» its dm4. LOCAL ITEMS, S Symmosa ha. a macoadhand llagrip fr salt,, so he says.~l Lsps eebaeduerb ra Bl Fran Kest cae down trust Fort osslCr tkia namios. Aim McAudud is atlrtg Clark ilsartaa duke snarl. USI o ub - saeiem is Ik. ilia I- do"m u m - . -ws to lb. err at Tinllyatba " W.VW. Ata.. t Ulrfr rMaa 1 . -· *5 The old air of lest wevmsg bad a bad efect on the thesaer-gors, ad the re t was that but ew wt over to the dramatic entertainment If you want vastiass, p to Gordaon's news stand, lay ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 February 1894

~m~iihrGw't Repmt.. *1~.IC~tRp *33? CAR CAPLWL wi.twn - :--- e s - .tM e n U one (re w 1 im. N em mammb Stas aow slot ich e, t i. a t ea, artrys though i arery e our grP.t dty -a oea way and watches the sanky aeble a It gides along, he mast pIas a muomant to eouaeder before he c. realise what an ~earmous amorut of power at rries aid what experience it has to go brougSh Befae we tell the history of the cable letuse a of what I is ompased. A moag hbempen strand wive-eighthe of as tack in diameter sram the iner core. Areund this are wrapped six teel eables, wich are in turn composed of seven strads wrapped arouad with other ands of steel wire. the whole making stotal diameter of It inches. A steel rod three-eighths of an inch in ometer aen a foot in length weighs ap geimately one pound. The difference w eight between this cable and a steel ced of the sate size may be realized whse it is known that this cable s tigh b.tbhree ~Mlad to the running foot. use of Tie evntral hemp rope t. for...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 12 February 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL OLUME XI. NO. sag. MILES CITY, MONTANA. MONDAY, PFEBRUARY s, dtp4. r PRIC IVE Mfomc_ IEUATUOS. Maus c-sross EMLl r. .I. Aeieur fmM I p. m. Case. W. fshu. P.MU. bu Pall Timn Turn L meah r n, s me.T A USE: W. STATE. of t: grem 4- Sr et .g ea .Ale: ilathia. eE Seas.. L. Rotwitt F. W Wright. .m Weheter . .la . (Je e (i..... W.. P.Mert.. lees /mprr (rt A. Wes. eel t··mer,.,?,. F eeer ed.. S. K Rlucr. Hiea Ct t-A. W. L, .fe e ..seag er 3. 11. Swiftbr . ( rd . UWklea. Mls tits alb~s...... _ " Ir~d. ~h~tee .f etleia l Y es. ". ..IL ' wb.. Q. T. . n. r r bdr T~sassaaS vb· t sW. . .Iem (NMý. Yale 'l Mwbl.. ... eH . csuprr. " .'i (Lt~os~ . LLI.O~G. K.k raou~l cuL~tr ic .... /yam ai.R Ylns s Yis'il R ee miw .rte *. M. i. H . · . .LIroL LJ· L·I -x. W*LIa ll. D, CE. N. -0 · I t.N. rn1..2 p -R 0 ae t. gM.Il amuedud bg r. Vh. r- IL u nun", I Mr. ý.,, ýilill: ,r 1 r : : qs ·.~ THE WAGES SETTLED. The Northera Pacic .plopes Accept the New Sched ules. lrb r.w ae Cei ma-SeaIe ame...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 12 February 1894

i DAILtY JOURNAL c..... ar C UWAA. -i' ----- ~- on Wprese 4a a pasW . A |olicwo touhi liivin iniBt l s alcoo avas s. lemsse o t.he .-, - , -, -y as en sib. Monday, February 2 1 891. A votno tough living in Butte has ied an application for admiesion to the Reform School by deliberately and ma leciously shooting a playmate with a .2 caliber revolver. The application will be beard at the next term of court and no doubt granted. Ms. Wiason. the author of the her maphrodite bill that bears his name, in gbeing to Mexico. has been seized with severe illness at Kansa City. He Is no doubt endeavoring' to comply with the popular request to "go of and die some where," and is headed for Old Mexico as the most effectual ace of concealment. SB. GArotDs. 'ae eminent sculptor. sems.to have a pronounced penchant iar representing his male nude figures as God made them." The agitation emused by this agary of the sculptor as evidenced in t .e Columbian exposition meder is sca ely at rest before a howl ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 12 February 1894

1if 1- co. Ioo Pieces TOILE Dr NORD ZEPIHIYR GINGHAM. ai 00 1) II I CC(R. THE IPA It .IOU'RNAL MILES CITY. roNIAWA. JOCUWAL WEtATHER REPORt. I~nTemp. Waiidj wrether. II tr. ~ ~ ur Iltib sil 1 IJE /A lean. A damh bref.re a ualhrr wran, tbrko aen,. OAILT L4AAL USAUM. Eahmum temg.rature. . Minimum emrprature. -Ia Mean trmperaturr. - Ppleiptatiob in las Ii boor. . A. It. OYNTO%, Obmtet. WEAThER PUEB A.t. w" fureygu. Feb. IL T. obmfyst. El. (l. tars Mo - n air ead , - mar porlo Tta ; rI.t~ebe p'~'* ~L Nmo-. . eLe bgor.em LOCAL ITEMS. J. T. frown cme in from Btney pee torday. __ __ Lamp. celebrated lager ber at But. id's. 0. Meejmebaf in down from the aM M.UDo.mU was pp from Tmy W. W. >u in em. from aehsee1 DL L 1lfl m ·r r o 'perl J: *.f. baid m r b lB~lb rd ya;' Z 1 'TAw mm" ½. ~ M C. M. Whitney and J. A. Watson oa St: Paul arrived on Saturday evenings train. SWa.'rsD-Reliable' lan, peinaument position; stamp and references. A. T. Mgwama, care tbis paper. Leave drdees for onal at Tul...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 12 February 1894

*14 .. h * iliiiý - . J. J oai. rrdarrefrteii AlsoY UIDI*NNING OF MAN. ASeTO. t gUtfuVItt0Et mIwrsT . IS DATA ON TmHE SUWECT. Agesee ss tae nasseeues Is r "M-- The l Am e l AIge wa.. so.. - a... !s . mv. d "The Begiining at M anau the Ageot e Races" is the object of ma article in the Faorm by Br. Dmasl G. Brinton, am of the foremost sathropologists of the time. The very earliest depo.t in which there may be mid to be a general lgreement that man's remains are found is that called the Drift, a series of gravel beds in the valley of the Thames in nag hld. Somme in Fr.ace sad the Masa aes in Spain, and elsewhere in western allrpe. In these beds his stone tools and weapons are found lying in undisturbed llatiosa with bones of animals long since letinet, and which under the present con dtIes of the climate could not exist in a" locality, these animals belonging to a tropical or subtropical salms. From 1ls one is led to believe that man lived ore at an early date wlen thb climate was much...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 13 February 1894

THE YEILOWSrO__E J n PiCx __A OUM I.NO. I3o. MILES CITY, MONTANA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY z3, ZE PRICE FIVE (W POST IFCE REGULAUNS. KAILS ('LOSE. O.W Mraudaja. Wedaramdays Mm~rdayra. Waig. :29a1. ma. asst av.... 1: p. m. Raf p.m a1e.s tin.. u. w ap. -. Cue~a. W. Sm~a. P. H. b,.h m Pulls Time Table. q 1t1, meA . 1N 1 . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . t :'f a . in. /raikt ........ 114t p. m. N al reisk...A.a. m. SifulalIwuusi. STATE. Umbe 0('.Lola... a1 . H ar wlaflu ts. DItueaaa J. 14. Rtaekard.. Hl.li-" at Stat." L. Ihitwitt. Hel.e.. 314.Twaer'. F. W. Vrabrgt. Airlena ~Aaditr tAndr.w 4.l'e..k. Helena Pull lb. HeAp. Hal1..r,.lru P IbIs. FL.tI. lua.a.r. Jel...na Jambe. W. 1. Peh. lrrju}fl S~paetaw Lot li., tV L~nantr. He'.,,. 3311eit.r Ju ia. Ii It. l ..ril. . Malr.lmi .S.4.mm.~aa.in W . kr. flJ:t'i. aced a eetb'.r ljlwnr H. 14... 0. Inta.,. Mal..' Te H ' .. A. T. M'amlbur. Made.t it) 1 ~t~kwrFin VI. -rriller. Miii.. / aly rathe ()!.p.su et H. J. If Mhac.. Mili.. I It, D~L~t 14.8. Ho Ge- llbwuit.....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 13 February 1894

ume hraneerpum. skw avsea sMsessesser theum ....~b........I Usama . masAeMms. es mam. a msa aN. Turts~ra. s hbfmev * MIL STast SLNTh. W. L AeLna he mase a am to Owls hear saheemsthe is **eJ $li. fssds Welhfla. B. Q. has mesagltda a as. ast cosmdy is sees iea "W w hs ts hes. 3ht " ft *hbm e "Do uthy's Tamp" hashes ailed us intly to the aum let datse Usearaues at bb yily Urows Pbwell at Mla.m "Umeat sed Philes" lea new casm Y? Mrgenit Cpku odly. "Oar Daae Pa !sead" is a nw eas. act plees by hrn.mery Dyer. Willard -peass new apes, "PHla ms Donate," wili ha,. lb bot perfora. -m a$ the Cbestnnt iess s eatsr, Phil adeiphi.. he Marcb. The Lamdou stag. sesse that e riag as hic errival fna. Aeerios may isive 'Otheo," to which astes he will play eo msd Wilacs hrests the mooa. Theass .movelty pressdby theues fts ot the Loado s theatsr Spah aht vw eiase o 'a three act emsdy. ' Las Boritee as " d sl d 4 Thess. ReesAlelAd - pr.. ` r thu predsaeo attheir new N .apt Trait," w~sk wMM b e as in New T...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 13 February 1894

10o Pieces TOILE Du NORD ZEPHYR GINGHAM. 1 i goo Pieces TOILE. Do NORD DZEPHYR GINGHAMS. THE DAILY JOURNAL UII. CITY. U@3TAWA. MoSN&L W3AIU oars A ash bs.or am..mh hulsw ..oe morn., LOAL ..m... Uhuasmw .msssm -& Mum ...es.a.e.. -r" Pmis~katla m AmuS hu.. 0 *.. Uum-V~~I ahus '-# bU hi. /1. ".. In.. I"dab. *LOCAL ITEMS. J. H. ind.Na owi. 1 i.t .il,._____ Willi.. Wuhum of Mimsu, Mid.; is the ON,. ýOb 4m low fw. driem 3mbui 3£ . bm @ýi1 - OR ý i iiN S. (ýý j~ iI~M The IE . hary f .a.ladreld ia bahs thai ieagsade at the Masque s am the M._ The p-le qiashly -weeples m.al, and this a the remsa the l ereds ImeompaglarI re l- eem at- . Try it. _ _ _ _ The snow betweses bwe.d ass iWhe Belpher Speleg is so deap that there hes bees very Bass +wd or ever a week. WMar-Beliable mea, permeaset pianlkse; stamp mad naemesse. A. T. mamas, ease this paper. " It is lawratly repartd that Cruesier Iei. Xalgteb o Pythias, is mamg an ageomery aresgmenats to behsaat their gentlemen frsea se mot wash....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 13 February 1894

tINagegFeW . -LatUSA U. S. Govt iepost. Powder ru A3SOILrELY PURE _ STORY OF A YEAR A MIGHTY NATION HAS SUNK FROM PLENTY TO WANT. anbsses euepped nome see ad o ?r pesf ?Ieslg lSawe te.. Vs Tleed. Sesser--A. Opes LMa5r n embe w... W. L Wilsae. Oe year ago the laagest trade ever haows in this country gave promise of prosperity and national wealth beyond all precedent. Mill were crowded with work and all kinds of business stimulat ed, giving promises of the best results. New enterprises started up to swell the vast volume of commercial trade, and every sign of enterprise was hung out over every door in the land. Yet in one year the hopes have all been bla.ted. the sam of prosperity has gone down, and gloomy clouds have covered the sky. During the presidential campaign the pledge was made that "if yo' will only elect Cleveland your wheat will bring a dsUar a bushel, corn will po up to the bighest figure, and the natif n will enjoy rig greatest blessings ever known." R. 4. Dun, in his we...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 February 1894

1 __ THE YELLOWSTONE JOURN AL I .. -- - -- ,;-- , '. "MUM 1 NO. ia. MULS CITY, MOO.TAA. WUDNOMAY, FEDatUARY 1,. cl ,IMC Iv cuNZmS.. i nL run LI iARD'S SWOOP. The Storm Swept in Pury Over as Immnse Range of dearUess mesbei I Leery Direeses s seew Us bn .m.eesr lsebees O es bum~eet seep. Oaaoo, Fab. l1.-A pgaune bliasrd et ls heas lit night and continued for bems unabated. A broas wind swept from the sortheast, asoempaised by a wet, blinding mo which piled up in drift on the strels.del 4g the semm lig trains and blocading street car tralc. At noon the wind was blowing sevrety miles an hour. with indication that the isard will continue through. eot the night, with the coldest weather at the year. Many pedestrian were in - Snea by being carried off their tfet by the gale. The waves on the lake are e:. treaedinarily high. Duriag the afternoon the storm in reased in violence, the wind at times risng to a velocity of seventyfive miles as bhw and the snow growing heavier. It is the worst st...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 February 1894

': !Me"ss sm . ames "::..:1... ....... ..... :..... ..... wddlaee s, msathu, asa esi -ihrrts 1- W ik - went s to be e@eIthted asthe sm sme. the se thad t as Jd wept Smllidd mllotie at the d U ted ats, -r Neiws eamas appear to h.aw. been abs.hlutmly paralyig to uselanes of all bade. We heartily qmpathi.e with e-r st rm beeguereJ compatriots sand hope thata few mrs ezpeseses esuch - this, will nee them to turn their agps toward the Preat northwest, where the shiems brightly a the time and Mtorm are ueshmown. Tan JounAs. gives to its . ade in Mis issue, the grat speek at Tom Reed delivered in the hose prior to the tanl we am the Wilsoe bill. We give the speech ti full. etorraie aonly garbied eetnrts oatit havebeen pried and no hMeat the force at the great debater's Aegle could be had. Though delaed smewhat in the presematation at it, we lthat it will t a eagerly rad as whes fresh from the lips at its cretor. Ths astionr is still pendig beore the eeset sad will doubtless cdlaim the at I...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 February 1894

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Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 February 1894

Im wing Nwer.-ALatct L . Gov't Yjrpee F.: R~·t j m, ING OF NO KINGDOIL wt p eas ea.".a-- a, m" em e . as eemmeed * i Wemb wed am Anam-es-' Teied * sate Up ae ashs Agan. bet m. as ppea rae aeS.. byasr se op. A decade age Maharassjh Dbleep U kgh. who died t Pars ecently. was a well kno* iragre to Ldaos. whose photograph was o sale hi the shop windows. He was born hl 1888, Y onof RunoJet flihgh. "the lion of Panjab. " that doughty East nldian eereigp who was the founder of the Ikb kingdom and the case of so much trouble to England. There have been two Sikh wars in the last half century ia which the relatives of Dhuleep lagh figured. The first was in 1841. When a 81kb army of 60,000 men in Waded the queen's Indian empire and Seaght four pitched bottles, the final Iseult being the retreat of the invaders seroes the Butlej and the eurrender of Lahbore to the Briftit.. By the terms at the pesac Dbuleep Singh, the infant em of lnnjiet, was r' .gnised as rajah. The second Sikh var broke out ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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